Harper's Bazaar: Does Sex Matter in Art and Literature?
"Siri Hustvedt's latest book explores why in the realms of art and literature, women still aren't treated the same as men."
In her interview with Siri Hustvedt, Lauren Christensen writes "In her new essay collection, A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women, Siri Hustvedt explores how women are perceived as writers and artists today. Here she explains why even outside of more traditionally male-dominated fields such as finance and technology—and even in the 21st century, when women no longer need to adopt male pseudonyms to publish great literary works—a glass ceiling sadly remains intact."
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